Digital desktop publishing with XML
Xmplar offers a range of cost-effective services in XML markup editing, ebook production, document design and digital publishing support.
Government and academic clients—Xmplar offers professional editing, graphic redrawing and desktop publishing of scientific and corporate reports and books. We have satisfied clients from conventional editing jobs—so we can hit the ground running with single-source publishing.
Xmplar serves the Australian publishing market with over eight years of in-house and freelance experience in professional editing, desktop publishing and graphics preparation.
Technical authoring and editing
Editing and publishing production
We offer quality production with XML technologies—properly edited, properly designed, properly managed. And unlike other specialist XML providers that offer 'business solutions', we can customise a suite of ebook products to your requirements.
Clients deserve the best quality and exemplary service. Because our editors have proven themselves in service, we know what high-level clients expect. High-level service. You can always expect to get thorough briefings for your job and be kept informed of progress along the way.
Interactive web graphics
Visual document design. Xmplar now offers design of web documents and graphical user interfaces for technical documentation using scalable vector graphics (SVG). This is an XML format that lets you display high-quality linework graphics in web documents or in print books. And it's interactive. We can conceptualise document structure, draw it in visual form, and add hyperlinking from graphics to various parts of your documentation.
XML publishing research
XML publishing is our passion. We keep up with the latest standards so that our clients get the best possible product for their needs. We research the latest technology, and constantly develop new publishing processes and products. Here's a sample of what else we do:
- We attend conferences and seminars on publishing and technical communication.
- We use social media and forums to see what others are doing with ebooks around the world.
- We keep tabs on XML publishing jobs to gauge the demand for skilled editors.
- We publish the results of our research for editors on the resource site xmleditoz.net.au.
If you have a publishing issue you think we need to look at more closely—tell us and we'll aim to incorporate it into our research and development.